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Layover Night At Ruby's Inn, Bryce Canyon City


From Zion National Park, our guide drove another two hours journey to Ruby's Inn to stay over one night before continuing on our journey to Bryce Canyon the next morning.  My sister did her homework, the lodge was really a good choice to stay over.  The room was spacious with two double queen size bed, accommodating the four of us.  Only one setback though, we have to wait for quite awhile to use the bathroom cum toilet.  LOL....

The weather was super cold by then, I had to wear at least three layers plus a warm scarf round my neck.  Another point for Ruby's Inn... they have a really warm and scrumptious dinner for the guests, it was kind of buffet style, not many choices but the food was really good, more like home cooking and not those commercialized ones like the hotels.  I forgot how much they charged, more like $25 or $30 max.  It was really worth the money!

At the entrance of Ruby's Inn
While checking in.....
Soon we got our keys and we just drove round the corner to our room... 
Deer Lodge....
The room with the door opened is ours....!
Nice and cosy, right!
Don't remember us watching the TV that evening...
And my dinner started off with salads and soup....
Forgot what type of soup but I remember having the second round on each...
Followed by main meal.... fish, pork ribs and chicken... vege....
Desserts is homemade walnut cakes and ice cream!
The Hungry Four!


  1. I can see that you are all wrapped up like popiah! It must be super cold. Ya lah, four people sharing one toilet have to queue up hah..hah... The food looks good. I would also prefer quality over quantity.

  2. Nice place! What a coincidence! My blogpost today is on Ruby too, the restaurant here in Sibu! LOL!!!

  3. The photo of the 4 of you is nice. In fact all the photos are nice to look at. Nice food nice company nice scenery, what a wonderful vacation!


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